In “The Myth of Verbatim Identicality”, authors David W. Reid and Bryan C. Ross take a fresh look at the doctrine of preservation. Through careful analysis of Scripture and the textual evidence, they demonstrate that God’s method of preserving His Word is not verbatim identicality, but rather verbal equivalence – ensuring the same essential meaning is communicated, even if the exact wording varies. 
There is a lot of controversy over the Bible version issue. With plenty of new and supposedly better translations coming out regularly, it can be difficult to determine which version should be used. This book seeks to answer fundamental questions regarding this issue and defends the King James Version as God's preserved Word for English-speaking people today. This study is intended to be a help to those seeking to locate God's perfect Word so that they may fully trust in the power of God alone and not man's wisdom.
This book considers 37 questions that a reader of the Bible might have concerning verses that seem to contradict. The questions introduce the reader to dispensationalism as a plain and simple approach to making the Bible come together in perfect harmony. 
Este libro considera 37 preguntas que un lector de la Biblia podría tener con respecto a los versículos de la Biblia que parecen contradecirse. Las preguntas introducen al lector al dispensacionalismo como un enfoque simple y llano para hacer que la Biblia se una en perfecta armonía.
This book identifies the nature and timing of the day of the Lord in scripture. Specific attention is given to the day of Christ and how this uniquely Pauline revelation relates to the day of the Lord in prophecy. This project is a collaborative effort of David Reid of Columbus Bible Church and Bryan Ross of Grace Life Bible Church.
The purpose of this project is to accurately identify the different gospels in scripture. All of the notes in this booklet were presented at Grace Life Bible Church in Grand Rapids, MI over the weekend of October 18-20, 2013 and is a collaborative effort of David Reid of Columbus Bible Church and Bryan Ross of Grace Life Bible Church. 
This book helps the Bible student to understand why the King James Bible uses the word Easter in Acts 12:4. 
Always or alway? Stablish or establish? Throughly or thoroughly? Example or ensample?
In this book, Bryan Ross (Grace Life Bible Church) looks at these words and others so that one may understand and believe the words in the King James Bible.
This book provides a fascinating overview of how the Bible progressively reveals God's plan to reconcile all things, both in heaven and on the earth, in Christ.
Each page of this wonderful booklet focuses on the many blessings we have in Christ!
This pocket-size booklet will help clarify foundational principles for interpreting the meaning of scripture. 
Through the Bible in Seven Hours lays the foundation for understanding the Bible and helps one to understand the how it is to be studied.
This little booklet answers helpful questions about Paul and his unique message and ministry.
An in-depth look at the differences between the prophecy and the mystery programs in the Bible. This book covers fundamentals of dispensational truth. 
Once one understands dispensational truth and the many distinctions between God's heavenly plan for the Body of Christ and his plan for his Kingdom on earth, this book is helpful in understanding that both purposes center in Christ. 
The purpose of this book is to lay side by side the findings of the physical sciences and the statements of the scriptures.
Interesting content for consideration and study:
The Bible singles out one disciple of Jesus as the one whom "Jesus loved." This book takes a closer look at what scripture says about that beloved disciple.
Prove all things; hold fast that which is good. 1 Thess 5:21
Written by Clayton Thomas of Columbus Bible Church, this is a wonderful book for children that follows the whimsical adventures of a mouse and his friends as they learn Christian principles and the books of the Bible.